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Listening to "How To Get Confident With Phrasal Verbs" at buzzsprout.com/1969828/109469… Get more confident so you can use phrasal verbs in your English & sound more advanced!
If you hate phrasal verbs - this podcast episode is for you! I'll show you how & why they're so useful for speaking, reading & understanding: "How Phrasal Verbs Elevate Your English" buzzsprout.com/1969828/109130…
*** Get Fluent In English *** You're invited to a FREE 3-Day English Fluency Event! When? 23 - 25 June What? 21 sessions to help you get more fluent in English. Why? Get ideas and inspiration for fluency + confidence Your free invitation is here: englishwithabigail.vipmembervault.com/af/164331021/1…
Listening to "How To Improve Your Listening At Advanced Level" at buzzsprout.com/1969828/107967… - Get lots of ideas to improve your listening - Get a FREE Movie Club weekend (time limited!)
I just published the 10th episode of Smart English Coach on @buzzsprout! buzzsprout.com/1969828/achiev… Thank you to EVERYONE who has listened / downloaded / subscribed!
Listening to "a new podcast episode" at buzzsprout.com/1969828/105557… How you can remember new English vocabulary with the Spaced Repetition method.
3 'Easy But Elegant' English Speaking Tips youtu.be/kmmU7bOTLf4 via @YouTube Sound advanced when you speak English - without hours of studying!
NEW VIDEO: 10 Advanced Phrases To Refuse An Offer In English youtu.be/9QFIAOTZerA via @YouTube
Ramadan Mubarak to all my Muslim friends!
Should you ALWAYS copy native English speakers? I've got three things to say about this. All in the new video here: youtu.be/k0mL2OVOPNc
An easy way to expand your vocabulary and speak more naturally! youtu.be/fbErw1AE98U
What do people from other countries call your country? Here's a fascinating article about why place names are different - and what the differences say about us: languageonlineservices.com/2022/02/exonym…
This would have been true - if we'd had electricity to see it on TV / chat about it online, etc. Unfortunately, most of the country had power cuts so we couldn't share the excitement 😞twitter.com/SoVeryBritish/…d
If you're feeling stuck with your English, this video will help you start making progress again! youtu.be/ub5ZnXPVY1w
I expect howls of outrage on today's #wordle! Wordle 235 3/6 🟨⬜⬜⬜⬜ ⬜🟨🟨⬜🟩 🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩
A super simple English grammar hack for you: How to decide when to use the Going To future and when to use the Present Continuous 👋youtu.be/Gj6MMuW3-90a
5 Grammar Rules For Accurate English These 5 rules help you speak confidently. Check them out! youtu.be/A381xMLaVoM
I've got a great Wordle game for you today! Copy and paste this link: mywordle.me/?word=oarfv Type in a 5-letter word. If a letter is in the right place, it goes green. Right letter, wrong place - gold. Wrong letter - grey. HINT: type of punishment
Are you playing #wordle? I just started today and got the word - on the last possible attempt! (And I'm an English teacher!) Check it out for a bit of fun.
4 Areas To Focus On For Advanced English youtu.be/PW50R0E3_VU via @YouTube These 4 areas might surprise you, but they make a big difference to your English!
Do you feel like watching something in English? Check out my 3 top recommendations for Netflix this month! You're bound to find something you like! english-at-home.com/netflix-januar…
When your student tells you that his English teacher said he should "lose his German accent". 😠 (This student spoke so clearly, by the way...)
Fascinating research about how words sound in different languages. twitter.com/ELGazette/stat…
I bet he gets comments like this ALL the time in December! twitter.com/greggagliardi/…
I love your relaxed attitude! Only one type of mistake is really a problem. Check out the 4 types of mistake for more info! english-at-home.com/mistakes-in-en…
How do you feel when you make mistakes in English? I'd love to know your opinion!
Today: Live English lesson 2/3 Get 5 ways to go from intermediate to advanced level. The BEST part? These 'hacks' are easy to remember & use. 😎 Lesson is at 12pm (midday) UK time �facebook.com/learnenglishat…Z0
Get to Advanced English level with the 10 Steps Training! PLUS - Unlimited access to 'Grammar Tutor' for personalised help. speakrealenglish.teachable.com/p/advanced-eng…
"I LOVE learning an English rule - then learning all the exceptions to the rule" - said nobody. You'll be pleased to hear that there are some rules which are clear & easy to remember. 😎 Get 10 of them tomorrow! �fb.me/e/1OqvpI6NJNj
*** Get to advanced English level *** 3 FREE live lessons for you next week to help you go from intermediate to advanced! - Get easy-to-remember rules - Hacks to go beyond intermediate level - Errors to avoid Link below 👇fb.me/e/1OqvpI6NJj
Did you know that good English helps your career in invisible ways? There are three powerful reasons (which you can't measure with a test) but which will take you further than any qualification. Check them out here! 👇english-at-home.com/english-career/st
Words to fill an awkward silence: “Great stuff” “Right” “Right then” “Right-o” “Excellent” “Okey doke” “So…” “I’d better be…” “Anyway” “This is fun” “Nice weather!” “Tea?”
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English teachers... When you make a mistake in your slides - and you hope that nobody notices #englishteacher #blameitonsoftare #talkfast
Some really cool ideas here for reaching goals - especially when you don't have much time. Which idea do YOU like best? twitter.com/peacheypubs/st…
I've got a great 'hack' for you today to help you remember English tenses. 🙂 It's a short rhyme that helps you decide which tense to use to talk about the future. 👏👏 Get it here!english-at-home.com/going-to-or-pr…yCZLl
What stops you from getting to advanced level in English? Often it's small things, which you can easily correct. 😍 Here are 3 English grammar problems which you can fix so you speak more accurately: �english-at-home.com/3-grammar-prob…zPX
If you doubt that you'll ever speak English well / fluently, remember this: Learning languages is in your genes. You can already speak one language (your own) so you have the potential to speak another (English). You've got this!
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"I want to be less shy and more self-confident" (one of my students). Is that how YOU feel about learning English?
💯 (Especially for learning a language.) Keep going and do a little every day. You WILL get there in the end!twitter.com/MindHaste/stat…z
If you've been at intermediate level for ages, this NEW lesson is for you! I share two common reasons why you get stuck at intermediate level - AND lots of practical ways to get "unstuck" so that you get to advanced level in English. 🙂 Here it is: �english-at-home.com/stuck-at-inter…iNm
How long does it take to get fluent in English? This is a question I hear a lot, & 'fluent' means different things. But, to get results, make English a daily, consistent habit. 10 minutes of focussed activity every day beats an hour of unfocussed activity once a week.
You DON'T have to do "just one more grammar exercise" or "just one more pronunciation drill". Lots of other ways you can practise English so that you remember what you're learning.
Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” — Abraham Lincoln - ✒
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When you hear an English conversation, and it's full of mistakes, you start to doubt your own knowledge! But there's lots of "non-standard" English grammar. Want to know some examples? Check out my new lesson and never feel doubt again! 👇english-at-home.com/non-standard-e…9b
What's the BEST way to learn English at advanced level? If you're learning English for your career, it probably isn't by using a textbook. So here are some alternatives for you: 👇english-at-home.com/learn-english-…eH
So pleased to see this result! To get to advanced level, knowing all the ways a word can be used is really smart. And secondly - knowing how to use them with other words (collocations / fluency phrases) helps your fluency.
*** English Survey Time *** What's the best way to get an advanced English vocabulary? I'd love to find out what you think!
This is so true! Native speakers can speak too fast / use a lot of slang, idioms or phrasal verbs / have an accent completely different from what you hear in a textbook. twitter.com/Vijay_Ramjatta…
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